Fools Wildin Thinking They Doing It Unappreciation Vol Get The @#*+ out

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She’s Tweaking: Woman Harasses & Attacks A Man During A Argument On The Streets!

Not my proudest boner, but cool.
I don’t see how he didn’t bust out laughing in her face. “You called me Chinese!”*Thinks about it* “You called me *****!” :lol: Did she ask him to walk with her to the office?? :lol: She wanted the d...trying to live that fantasy...
 
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The whole department and the whole school system is wildin'. I couldn't even remember where to post this, but they are doing too much.
Did she really kick and punch 3 teachers? Do y’all think this was her first time acting out like that? How would y’all have handled it? At what age do you think you should show children adult consequences for their actions? I’m asking these questions as a person interested in a conversation about children not race.
 
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Did she really kick and punch 3 teachers? Do y’all think this was her first time acting out like that? How would y’all have handled it? At what age do you think you should show children adult consequences for their actions? I’m asking these questions as a person interested in a conversation about children not race.
Fam I agree with you to the extent that if children behave in a certain manner that there should be consequences, and depending on the age, yes, by all means there should absolutely be adult consequences. But age 6 isn't it for me. Additionally, by the time the police arrived on scene the child was calm and cooperative with the aid that was reading to her, in my opinion i don't believe that she was a threat to herself or others, however, one of the staffers decided to press charges. Against a whole 6 year old. If I were to be in a position to handle it, I would possibly suspend the child, whether it be In School Suspension (ISS) or regular suspension, but I don't think I as an adult administrator would press charges, regardless of race.
 
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A 6 year old def shouldnt be arrested but there has to be strong consequences for wildin out in school...Gotta teach em to chill early, it only gets worse if they dont learn in the early grades
 
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Fam I agree with you to the extent that if children behave in a certain manner that there should be consequences, and depending on the age, yes, by all means there should absolutely be adult consequences. But age 6 isn't it for me. Additionally, by the time the police arrived on scene the child was calm and cooperative with the aid that was reading to her, in my opinion i don't believe that she was a threat to herself or others, however, one of the staffers decided to press charges. Against a whole 6 year old. If I were to be in a position to handle it, I would possibly suspend the child, whether it be In School Suspension (ISS) or regular suspension, but I don't think I as an adult administrator would press charges, regardless of race.
How do we know iss or regular suspension hasn’t already happened? Her being calm by the time the police got there really don’t have anything to do with anything. If an adult were to attack someone, the police aren’t going to let them off because they’ve calmed down. That’s not how life works. I don’t think the arrest was really to punish the child, it think it was so send a wake up call to the parents or guardian(I think the grandmother is actually raising her) to do a better job disciplining your child, if not, this what’s going to happen.The administration already dropped the charges. Its bad, but it’s not completely unwarranted. Shiiii my momma would’ve made me stay at the police station till she got off to even further prove the point. The media is taking advantage to the current social climate to get clicks and views.
 
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I don't know, her being calm and not being threatening probably doesn't correlate to her needing to be restrained. The fact that she was indeed arrested was a punishment to her, and likely her alone because the grandmother didn't get arrested and it wasn't anyone in the administration that dropped the charges the next day, it was the prosecutor. Furthermore, if she was going to be arrested at the behest of an administrator, then the other child, a little boy who is also six years of age should of been arrested as well, but for some reason his arrest was stopped by the school's "superiors" but hers was allowed to proceed without "superior" intervention. Coincidentally the same officer for both incidents. Perhaps they did do ISS or regular suspension, but that wasn't the question that was posed to me, the question that was posed to me was "How would y’all have handled it?". The ISS or regular suspension was how i would have handled it.
 
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